Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to records apps, you have a clearly unconstrained route of options, though it’s singular to find one that’s cross-platform, supports a Evernote-style of abounding notes, and works though wanting an comment somewhere. Collate is only that.
The thought behind Collate is flattering easy to get behind. It uses an a now customary “big records app” classification methods of notebooks with particular records inside. Those records can be Rich Text, Markdown, an outline, or a web writing Organization is finished with a aforementioned notebooks as good as with tags, though we can also only hunt for anything we need. Collate even supports syntax highlighting, that is good if we save lines of code.
Most of that is customary these days, though Collate also saves all your records on your mechanism in a format any mechanism can know outward of Collate. Nothing is sealed into a app or dark divided in a database. Likewise, all stays on your computer. This means we skip out on any form of syncing duty unless we manually select your a folder in something like Dropbox to save those documents. It does, however, meant you’ll always have full control over those records and they never go some server that we don’t wish them to.
Collate is flattering early in the development, so it competence be a tough tablet to swallow for $20, though we can check it out for giveaway during a 14 day hearing to see how it works for you.